Kim Delfino

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"Kim Delfino is the California Program Director for Defenders of Wildlife, where she oversees the work of a six-person team in protecting and restoring California's imperiled wildlife and the places in which they live. Since joining Defenders in 2000, Kim co-authored the revision of the California Natural Community Conservation Planning Act, and helped create the Salton Sea Coalition and Defenders' California desert program. She was also one of the key leaders in establishing the California Rangeland Conservation Coalition.

"Before joining Defenders of Wildlife, Kim worked for the US Public Interest Research Group as a staff attorney and for CALPIRG as Legislative Director. She began her career as an associate attorney in Washington, D.C. with the public interest law firm of Meyer & Glitzenstein, where she specialized in cases involving the Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, National Environmental Policy Act and other environmental laws."[1]

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  1. Board, Sustainable Conservation, accessed January 28, 2011.